TABLES

1-1

 

NRSA Trainees and Fellows, by Broad Field, 1975-2008,

 

13

2-1

 

NRSA Stipends,

 

22

2-2

 

Number of Full-time Pre- and Post-Doctoral Research Training Slots Awarded,

 

25

3-1

 

Number of Ph.D. Students Enrolled in the Biomedical Sciences, Fall 2005,

 

30

3-2

 

First Year Enrollment in Biomedical Ph.D. Programs,

 

30

3-3

 

Citizenship of Doctoral Students in the Biomedical Sciences, Fall 2006,

 

31

3-4

 

Race/Ethnicity by Percent of Doctoral Students in the Biomedical Sciences, Fall 2005,

 

31

3-5

 

Average Time to Degree,

 

33

3-6

 

Postdoctoral Appointments in the Biomedical Sciences in Fall 2006,

 

35

3-7

 

Number of Programs with Foreign Postdoctorates and the Three Most Popular Countries of Origin in Fall 2006,

 

37

3-8

 

Tenure Status of Basic Science Medical School Faculty, 2002, 2005, and 2009,

 

37

3-9

 

Distribution of Medical School Faculty by Track and Gender, 2002, 2005, and 2009,

 

41

3-10

 

Compositions of M.D./Ph.D. Programs in United States by Race,

 

43

3-11

 

MCAT Scores,

 

45

3-12

 

First Year Support for Doctoral Students in the Biomedical Sciences,

 

45

3-13

 

Funding Across Graduate Studies in the Biomedical Sciences, Fall 2005,

 

46

3-14

 

NRSA Trainees and Fellows by Broad Field (Basic Biomedical Sciences), 1975-2007,

 

46

4-1

 

Number of Doctoral Students by Gender as Reported in 2006 for the Research-Doctorate Study,

 

55

4-2

 

Financial Support of Students in the Behavioral and Social Sciences in 2006 as Reported in the Research-Doctorate Study,

 

55

4-3

 

Average Median Time to Degree for the Doctorates 2004 to 2006 in the Behavioral and Social Sciences as Reported for the Research-Doctorate Study,

 

56

4-4

 

Postdoctoral Appointments in Research Departments in the Behavioral and Social Sciences in 2006 as Reported for the Research-Doctorate Study,

 

58

4-5

 

Median Age Cohort for the Biomedical Sciences and the Behavioral and Social Sciences,

 

60

4-6

 

NRSA Trainees and Fellows, by Broad Field (Behavioral and Social Sciences), 1975-2008, Fiscal Year,

 

63

5-1

 

NRSA Predoctoral Trainee and Fellowship Support in the Clinical Sciences (Excluding Health Services),

 

73

5-2

 

NRSA Postdoctoral Trainee and Fellowship Support in the Clinical Sciences (Excluding Health Services),

 

73

6-1

 

Vacant Positions by Primary Area of Appointment,

 

88

6-2

 

Immediate Plans upon Graduation, by Percentage of Respondents,

 

92

7-1

 

Nursing Doctorates from U.S. Institutions, 1997-2008,

 

100

7-2

 

Tenure and Rank Status of Nursing Faculty,

 

100

8-1

 

Setting of Primary Employment, 2008,

 

106

8-2

 

Primary Field of AcademyHealth Members, 2008,

 

106

8-3

 

Health Services Research Training Positions Funded by AHRQ and the NIH,

 

107

8-4

 

NIH Institute Health Services Research Budgets Health Services Research FY 2008 Estimate,

 

109

D-1

 

Workforce of U.S.-Trained Ph.D.s in Three Major Fields, by Sex and Employment Status, 2006,

 

126

D-2

 

Annual Growth Rates for Ph.D. Graduates in Three Major Fields, Selected Periods,

 

139

D-3

 

Linear Regressions for Sex Ratio Among Graduates on Year, 1995-2007, by Major Field,

 

140

D-4

 

Latest and Projected Proportions of Graduates Who Are Temporary Residents and Stay Rates (Proportions of Graduates Who Plan to Stay in the United States) by Citizenship Status, and by Field and Sex,

 

141

D-5

 

Projected Numbers of Ph.D. Graduates and Immigrating Foreign-Trained Ph.D.s in Alternative Projections, by Major Field, 2006-2016,

 

143

D-6

 

Projected Workforce in Three Major Fields, by Sex, 2006-2016,

 

144

D-7

 

Alternative Workforce Projections by Major Field and Source of Training, 2006, 2011, and 2016,

 

151



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